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QUESTION: 1

Directions for questions 1 to 5: 

Read the passage below and answer the questions that follow:

The Great Wall of China Walls and wall building have played a very important role in Chinese culture. These people, from the dim mists of prehistory have been wall-conscious; from the Neolithic period  when ramparts of pounded earth were used - to the Communist Revolution, walls were an essential part of any village. 

Not only towns and villages; the houses and the temples within them were somehow walled, and the houses also had no windows overlooking the street, thus giving the feeling of wandering around a huge maze. The name for city in Chinese (cheng) means wall, and over these walled cities, villages, houses and temples presides the god of walls and mounts, whose duties were, and still are, to protect and be responsible for the welfare of the inhabitants. Thus a great and extremely laborious task such as constructing a wall, which was supposed to run throughout the country, must not have seemed such an absurdity. 

However, it is indeed a common mistake to perceive the Great Wall as a single architectural structure, and it would also be erroneous to assume that it was built during a single dynasty. For the building of the wall spanned the various dynasties, and each of these dynasties somehow contributed to the refurbishing and the construction of a wall, whose foundations had been laid many centuries ago. It was during the fourth and third century B.C. that each warring state started building walls to protect their kingdoms, both against one another and against the northern nomads. Especially three of these states: the Chin, the Chao and the Yen, corresponding respectively to the modern provinces of Shensi, Shanzi and Hopei, over and above building walls that surrounded their kingdoms, also laid the foundations on which Chin Shih Huang Di would build his first continuous Great Wall. The role that the Great Wall played in the growth of Chinese economy was an important one. 

Throughout the centuries many settlements were established along the new border. The garrison troops were instructed to reclaim wasteland and to plant crops on it, roads and canals were built, to mention just a few of the works carried out. All these undertakings greatly helped to increase the countrys trade and cultural exchanges with many remote areas and also with the southern, central and western parts of Asia  the formation of the Silk Route. Builders, garrisons, artisans, farmers and peasants left behind a trail of objects, including inscribed tablets, household articles, and written work, which have become extremely valuable archaeological evidence to the study of defense institutions of the Great Wall and the everyday life of these people who lived and died along the wall.

Q. Chinese cities resembled a maze

Solution:
QUESTION: 2

The Great Wall of China Walls and wall building have played a very important role in Chinese culture. These people, from the dim mists of prehistory have been wall-conscious; from the Neolithic period  when ramparts of pounded earth were used - to the Communist Revolution, walls were an essential part of any village. 

Not only towns and villages; the houses and the temples within them were somehow walled, and the houses also had no windows overlooking the street, thus giving the feeling of wandering around a huge maze. The name for city in Chinese (cheng) means wall, and over these walled cities, villages, houses and temples presides the god of walls and mounts, whose duties were, and still are, to protect and be responsible for the welfare of the inhabitants. Thus a great and extremely laborious task such as constructing a wall, which was supposed to run throughout the country, must not have seemed such an absurdity. 

However, it is indeed a common mistake to perceive the Great Wall as a single architectural structure, and it would also be erroneous to assume that it was built during a single dynasty. For the building of the wall spanned the various dynasties, and each of these dynasties somehow contributed to the refurbishing and the construction of a wall, whose foundations had been laid many centuries ago. It was during the fourth and third century B.C. that each warring state started building walls to protect their kingdoms, both against one another and against the northern nomads. Especially three of these states: the Chin, the Chao and the Yen, corresponding respectively to the modern provinces of Shensi, Shanzi and Hopei, over and above building walls that surrounded their kingdoms, also laid the foundations on which Chin Shih Huang Di would build his first continuous Great Wall. The role that the Great Wall played in the growth of Chinese economy was an important one. 

Throughout the centuries many settlements were established along the new border. The garrison troops were instructed to reclaim wasteland and to plant crops on it, roads and canals were built, to mention just a few of the works carried out. All these undertakings greatly helped to increase the countrys trade and cultural exchanges with many remote areas and also with the southern, central and western parts of Asia  the formation of the Silk Route. Builders, garrisons, artisans, farmers and peasants left behind a trail of objects, including inscribed tablets, household articles, and written work, which have become extremely valuable archaeological evidence to the study of defense institutions of the Great Wall and the everyday life of these people who lived and died along the wall.

Q. Constructing a wall that ran the length of the country

Solution:
QUESTION: 3

The Great Wall of China Walls and wall building have played a very important role in Chinese culture. These people, from the dim mists of prehistory have been wall-conscious; from the Neolithic period  when ramparts of pounded earth were used - to the Communist Revolution, walls were an essential part of any village. 

Not only towns and villages; the houses and the temples within them were somehow walled, and the houses also had no windows overlooking the street, thus giving the feeling of wandering around a huge maze. The name for city in Chinese (cheng) means wall, and over these walled cities, villages, houses and temples presides the god of walls and mounts, whose duties were, and still are, to protect and be responsible for the welfare of the inhabitants. Thus a great and extremely laborious task such as constructing a wall, which was supposed to run throughout the country, must not have seemed such an absurdity. 

However, it is indeed a common mistake to perceive the Great Wall as a single architectural structure, and it would also be erroneous to assume that it was built during a single dynasty. For the building of the wall spanned the various dynasties, and each of these dynasties somehow contributed to the refurbishing and the construction of a wall, whose foundations had been laid many centuries ago. It was during the fourth and third century B.C. that each warring state started building walls to protect their kingdoms, both against one another and against the northern nomads. Especially three of these states: the Chin, the Chao and the Yen, corresponding respectively to the modern provinces of Shensi, Shanzi and Hopei, over and above building walls that surrounded their kingdoms, also laid the foundations on which Chin Shih Huang Di would build his first continuous Great Wall. The role that the Great Wall played in the growth of Chinese economy was an important one. 

Throughout the centuries many settlements were established along the new border. The garrison troops were instructed to reclaim wasteland and to plant crops on it, roads and canals were built, to mention just a few of the works carried out. All these undertakings greatly helped to increase the countrys trade and cultural exchanges with many remote areas and also with the southern, central and western parts of Asia  the formation of the Silk Route. Builders, garrisons, artisans, farmers and peasants left behind a trail of objects, including inscribed tablets, household articles, and written work, which have become extremely valuable archaeological evidence to the study of defense institutions of the Great Wall and the everyday life of these people who lived and died along the wall.

Q. The Great Wall of China

Solution:
QUESTION: 4

The Great Wall of China Walls and wall building have played a very important role in Chinese culture. These people, from the dim mists of prehistory have been wall-conscious; from the Neolithic period  when ramparts of pounded earth were used - to the Communist Revolution, walls were an essential part of any village. 

Not only towns and villages; the houses and the temples within them were somehow walled, and the houses also had no windows overlooking the street, thus giving the feeling of wandering around a huge maze. The name for city in Chinese (cheng) means wall, and over these walled cities, villages, houses and temples presides the god of walls and mounts, whose duties were, and still are, to protect and be responsible for the welfare of the inhabitants. Thus a great and extremely laborious task such as constructing a wall, which was supposed to run throughout the country, must not have seemed such an absurdity. 

However, it is indeed a common mistake to perceive the Great Wall as a single architectural structure, and it would also be erroneous to assume that it was built during a single dynasty. For the building of the wall spanned the various dynasties, and each of these dynasties somehow contributed to the refurbishing and the construction of a wall, whose foundations had been laid many centuries ago. It was during the fourth and third century B.C. that each warring state started building walls to protect their kingdoms, both against one another and against the northern nomads. Especially three of these states: the Chin, the Chao and the Yen, corresponding respectively to the modern provinces of Shensi, Shanzi and Hopei, over and above building walls that surrounded their kingdoms, also laid the foundations on which Chin Shih Huang Di would build his first continuous Great Wall. The role that the Great Wall played in the growth of Chinese economy was an important one. 

Throughout the centuries many settlements were established along the new border. The garrison troops were instructed to reclaim wasteland and to plant crops on it, roads and canals were built, to mention just a few of the works carried out. All these undertakings greatly helped to increase the countrys trade and cultural exchanges with many remote areas and also with the southern, central and western parts of Asia  the formation of the Silk Route. Builders, garrisons, artisans, farmers and peasants left behind a trail of objects, including inscribed tablets, household articles, and written work, which have become extremely valuable archaeological evidence to the study of defense institutions of the Great Wall and the everyday life of these people who lived and died along the wall.

Q. Crops were planted

Solution:
QUESTION: 5

The Great Wall of China Walls and wall building have played a very important role in Chinese culture. These people, from the dim mists of prehistory have been wall-conscious; from the Neolithic period  when ramparts of pounded earth were used - to the Communist Revolution, walls were an essential part of any village. 

Not only towns and villages; the houses and the temples within them were somehow walled, and the houses also had no windows overlooking the street, thus giving the feeling of wandering around a huge maze. The name for city in Chinese (cheng) means wall, and over these walled cities, villages, houses and temples presides the god of walls and mounts, whose duties were, and still are, to protect and be responsible for the welfare of the inhabitants. Thus a great and extremely laborious task such as constructing a wall, which was supposed to run throughout the country, must not have seemed such an absurdity. 

However, it is indeed a common mistake to perceive the Great Wall as a single architectural structure, and it would also be erroneous to assume that it was built during a single dynasty. For the building of the wall spanned the various dynasties, and each of these dynasties somehow contributed to the refurbishing and the construction of a wall, whose foundations had been laid many centuries ago. It was during the fourth and third century B.C. that each warring state started building walls to protect their kingdoms, both against one another and against the northern nomads. Especially three of these states: the Chin, the Chao and the Yen, corresponding respectively to the modern provinces of Shensi, Shanzi and Hopei, over and above building walls that surrounded their kingdoms, also laid the foundations on which Chin Shih Huang Di would build his first continuous Great Wall. The role that the Great Wall played in the growth of Chinese economy was an important one. 

Throughout the centuries many settlements were established along the new border. The garrison troops were instructed to reclaim wasteland and to plant crops on it, roads and canals were built, to mention just a few of the works carried out. All these undertakings greatly helped to increase the countrys trade and cultural exchanges with many remote areas and also with the southern, central and western parts of Asia  the formation of the Silk Route. Builders, garrisons, artisans, farmers and peasants left behind a trail of objects, including inscribed tablets, household articles, and written work, which have become extremely valuable archaeological evidence to the study of defense institutions of the Great Wall and the everyday life of these people who lived and died along the wall.

Q. The Great Walls

Solution:
QUESTION: 6

Directions for questions 6 to 10: 

For the following questions, find a word that is opposite to the capitalized word:

Q. SENTIENT

Solution:
QUESTION: 7

For the following questions, find a word that is opposite to the capitalized word:

PRODIGIOUS

Solution:
QUESTION: 8

For the following questions, find a word that is opposite to the capitalized word:

PRISTINE

Solution:
QUESTION: 9

For the following questions, find a word that is opposite to the capitalized word:

MENDACITY

Solution:
QUESTION: 10

For the following questions, find a word that is opposite to the capitalized word

LACONIC

Solution:
QUESTION: 11

Directions for questions 11 to 15:

Read the following sentences carefully. Decide which answer is the most inappropriate in the sentence.

Q. Truculent: The truculent stance adopted by both the countries will not further world peace

Solution:
QUESTION: 12

Canker: Caste discrimination remains a canker in the society.

Solution:
QUESTION: 13

Vindictive: Harboring vindictive thoughts about somebody can obstruct a persons spiritual growth.

Solution:
QUESTION: 14

Vex: The opposition party questioned the rationale of discussing the vexed issue every session.

Solution:
QUESTION: 15

Boomerang: This strategy may help in the short run, but watch out, it may boomerang in the long run.

Solution:
QUESTION: 16

On the same side of a tower, two objects are located. Observed from the top of the tower, their angles of depression are 45 degree and 60 degree. If the height of the tower is 150 m, the distance between the objects is:

Solution:
QUESTION: 17

The difference between the squares of two consecutive odd integers is always divisible by:

Solution:
QUESTION: 18

The least number which should be added to 2497 so that the sum is exactly divisible by 5, 6, 4 and 3 is:

Solution:
QUESTION: 19

A certain factory employed 600 men and 400 women and the average wage was Rs. 25.50 per day. If a woman got Rs. 5 les than a man, then what are their daily wages?

Solution:
QUESTION: 20

The ratio of the ages of a man and his wife is 4 : 3, After 4 years, this ratio will be 9 : 7. If at the time of marriage, the ratio was 5 : 3, then how many years ago were they married?

Solution:
QUESTION: 21

A number, when 35 is subtracted from it, reduces to its 80 percent. What is four-fifth of that number?

Solution:
QUESTION: 22

If 20% of A = B and 40% of B = C, then 60% of (A + B) is:

Solution:
QUESTION: 23

The profit earned by selling an article for Rs. 832 is equal to the loss incurred when the same article is sold for Rs. 448. What should be the sale price for making 50% profit?

Solution:
QUESTION: 24

A businessman sold 2/3 of his stock at a gain of 20% and the rest at a gain of 14%. The overall percentage of gain to the businessman is:

Solution:
QUESTION: 25

The sides of a triangle are in the ratio (1/2):(1/3):(1/4) and its perimeter is 104 cm. The length of the longest side is:

Solution:
QUESTION: 26

In a partnership, A invests 1/6 of the capital for 1/6 of the time, B invests 1/3 of the capital for 1/3 of the time and C, the rest of the capital for the whole time. Out of a profit of Rs. 4600, Bs share is:

Solution:
QUESTION: 27

A and B together can complete a work in 12 days. A alone can complete it in 20 days. If B does the work only for half a day daily, then in how many days A and B together will complete the work?

Solution:
QUESTION: 28

A large tanker can be filled by two pipes A and B in 60 minutes and 40 minutes respectively. How many minutes will it take to fill the tanker from empty state if B is used for half the time and A and B fill it together for the other half?

Solution:
QUESTION: 29

A train running at 7/11 of its original speed reached a place in 22 hours. How much time could be saved if the train would have run at its original speed?

Solution:
QUESTION: 30

Directions for questions 31 to 35: 

In each question below is given a statement followed by two assumptions numbered I and II. You have to consider the statement and the following assumptions and decide which of the assumptions is implicit in the statement. 

Q. Statement : 

Apart from the entertainment value of television, its educational value cannot be ignored.

Assumptions : 

I. People take television to be a means of entertainment only.

II. The educational value of television is not realized properly.

Solution:
QUESTION: 31

Statement : 

Children are influenced more by their teachers nowadays.

Assumptions :

I. The children consider teachers as their models.

II. A large amount of childrens time is spent in school.

Solution:
QUESTION: 32

Statement : 

Read this notice before entering the club.

Assumptions : 

I. People are literate.

II. No blind person comes to the club.

Solution:
QUESTION: 33

Statement : 

The programme will start at 6 p.m. but you can come there upto 7 p.m. or so and still there is no problem.

Assumptions : 

I. The programme will continue even after 7 p.m.

II. The programme may not even start by that time.

Solution:
QUESTION: 34

Statement :

Blue tie would help up identify our staff from others. — A suggestion in a company.

Assumptions : 

I. The Company needs to identify its staff.

II. Blue tie 7 is the latest fashion.

Solution:
QUESTION: 35

Lakshimi and Meena are Rohans wives. Shalini is Meenas step-daughter. How is Lakshmi related to Shalini?

Solution:
QUESTION: 36

Daya has a brother Anil. Daya is the son of Chandra. Bimal is Chandras father. In terms of relationship, what is Anil Bimal?

Solution:
QUESTION: 37

Rahuls mother is the only daughter of Monik as father. How is Monikas husband related to Rahul?

Solution:
QUESTION: 38

If (i) M is brother of N;

(ii) B is brother of N; and 

(iii) M is brother of D, then which of the following statements is definitely true?

Solution:
QUESTION: 39

Deepak is brother of Ravi. Rekha is sister of Atul. Ravi is son of Rekha. How is Deepak related to Rekha?

Solution:
QUESTION: 40

If DELHI is coded as 73541 and CALCUTTA as 82589662, how can CALICUT be coded?

Solution:
QUESTION: 41

In a certain code, RIPPLE is written as 613382 and FIFE is written as 8192. How is PILLER written in that code?

Solution:
QUESTION: 42

If ROSE is coded as 6821, CHAIR is coded as 73456 and PREACH is coded as 961473, what will be the code for SEARCH?

Solution:
QUESTION: 43

Which term comes next in the sequence: nd iy dt yo tj?

Solution:
QUESTION: 44

What will be the next term in: BDF, DFI, DHL.?

Solution:

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